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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Kiharaikido, Nov 30, 2018.
Registration opened today. Anyone here planning on attending? I'm a tentative.
Same as last year? Lol
What he said. I've wanted to attend for a few years but have yet to make it. We'll see how my schedule works out.
You were traveling through but missed it due to weather, maybe? I'm not sure which event (FL or TTC) I'll make but I'll be at one. I suppose which ever is more 6 year old friendly. I was only razzing 2whlr. I make it to about 20% of the events I'd like to so no stones being tossed from my direction.
I've been to 3 TTC's, but it's a 12 hr drive for me, so at least a 4 day commitment. But I've got a reasonably new bike, so I may be motivated to go this year.
But I'm the guy who always writes the big events down on the calendar every year and never seem to make them...
Missed last year due to work. Not going to make that same mistake again.
Well I'm registered and have a cabin reserved. Still doesn't mean I'm going to show...
So I would like to go but since it is 13 hours away it is a real long 4 days . If there is something in the northeastern USA in 2019 I will go to that . But the TTC is a great place to learn trials and I may show up because I Really need all the help I can get !!!
I feel your pain, it's 12 hours for me, but my buddy I go with lives at the halfway point in Indy, to help ease the travel pain.
Its about 6-7 hours for me but I take the scenic route rather than I40. Easy day trip.
15 hours or so for me. It's a 2-day trip down. I did 10 hours the first day and 5 hours the second day, last time.
How far of a drive is it for you to Rhode Island? Last year they had a school in April and I think they are thinking of doing another one somewhere in Spring 2019.
We (RITC) host a first event in the spring typically. It's really kind of just a fun practice day with everyone. You get to go out in groups of people with similar skill levels with an experienced rider as an instructor. Sometimes we set some sections. It's pretty informal. School might be a bit of a misnomer.
I wish there was a TTC equivalent out west... it’s 30 hours of driving (3, 10 hour days) if I ever wanted to do TTD...
Or fly... but once in the air you might as well nip to a training center in Europe :).
Ya but when you have the wife and kid both on there own bike it starts to get more costly to fly and rent bikes than bring the trailer and all 3 bikes...
such is life.
11-12 hr drive for me and its a 6 day trip- 2 days to drive- 2 days on the property to enjoy- 2 days to teach.
I am there . If it can get planned soon that would be a big help we are 5 hours plus a bit .